Child Abuse and Neglect Sample Clauses

Child Abuse and Neglect. We are required by NYS law to report any suspected signs of child abuse and/or neglect. This includes any form of physical punishment/neglect by the parents/ guardian in the home Termination of Contract We reserve the right to terminate for the following reasons: • Failure to pay • Failure to pay on time • Physical or verbal abuse of person or property • Chronic behavioral issues • Our inability to meet the children's needs • Serious illness of children or provider • Continued late pick-up • Lack of compliance with the policies and procedures by the children and/or the parents We appreciate as much advance notice as possible when terminating, and will give the same courtesy in return. If you decide that you no longer wish to have your child enrolled in our program. The two weeks will be paid in full, regardless of whether or not your children are in attendance We/I agree to all of the terms of the child care contract and agree to abide by all the regulations stated in Lending a Hand to the Future’s Childcare Contract. (Signature)____________________________ (Print Name) ______________________________ (Date) ____________
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Child Abuse and Neglect. School employees shall promptly report to the appropriate law enforcement agency and the principal when they have reasonable cause to believe that a child has been subjected to abuse or neglect, including sexual abuse, or circumstances which reasonably would result in abuse or neglect. The principal will ensure that the report has been made to the proper law enforcement agency or other agency as required by law. This requirement shall apply to all school employees, including coaches and volunteers, participating in interstate amateur athletic competition. The term “promptly” means “within a 24-hour period.” Legal Reference: Neb. Rev. Stat. § 28-711 34 U.S.C. § 20341 Date of Adoption: [6/2018] Students Search and Seizures When it is determined based on searches that a person has violated a Board policy, administrative regulation, building rule, student conduct rule or personnel expectation, or the law, the person shall be subject to appropriate disciplinary action and a report to law enforcement may be made. Student lockers, desks and other such property are owned by the school. The school exercises exclusive control over school property. Students should not expect privacy regarding items placed in or on school property because school property is subject to search at any time by school officials. Periodic, random searches of student lockers may be conducted in the discretion of the administration. The following procedures will be used for conducting searches:
Child Abuse and Neglect. The Nags Head Elementary School Police Officer may become involved in child abuse and neglect cases as a result of the trust and confidentiality that develops from the officer’s placement in the students’ environment on a daily basis. In cooperation with school officials, the officer can effectively contribute to the detection and investigation of cases involving child abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation. When the Nags Head Elementary School Police Officer becomes aware of an incident of child abuse or neglect, he/she will:
Child Abuse and Neglect. The policy must identify the procedure for reporting suspected child abuse or child neglect to DSS’ Office of Child Protective and Preventive Services, The Office of Out of Home Abuse and Neglect (OHAN). This should cover what to do when staff suspect a child may be neglected at home and when staff see other staff abuse or neglect children in the facility. The policy should include procedures for training staff as mandated reporters. ❒ Swimming The policy must address the following: ✓ Ratios to be maintained during swimming activities. ✓ Restrictions on the use of hot tubs, spas or saunas. ✓ If the facility has a swimming pool on-site or stationary wading pools or other water sources such as ditches, streams, ponds and lakes, then these will be made inaccessible to children by a secure fence that is at least 4 feet high; exits and entrances shall have self-closing, positive latching gates with locking devices. ❒ Transportation The policy must address the following: ✓ The child:staff ratios to be utilized. ✓ Written consent from the parent prior to transportation. ✓ A plan (if applicable) when children are picked up and dropped off from home ✓ Written transportation plans for routine travel must be on file outlining the route to be followed.
Child Abuse and Neglect. The School Resource Officer may become involved in child abuse and neglect cases as a result of the trust and confidentiality that develops from the officer's placement in the students' environment on a daily basis. In cooperation with school officials, the School Resource Officer can effectively contribute to the detection and investigation of cases involving child abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation. When the School Resource Officer becomes aware of an incident of child abuse or neglect, he/she will: • Complete and Incident Report and forward to the Investigative Team Commander for assignment to a criminal investigator.
Child Abuse and Neglect. If you see evidence or have reason to believe that a child/children have been abused or neglected then you have a duty to report it to authorities, regardless of confidentiality agreements. You may call 0-000-000-0000 to find a local phone number for reporting purposes. Enforcement of Confidentiality Policy MAAC has the absolute right to terminate without notice services of MAACLink for the purpose of investigation of any suspicion of breached confidentiality. Thereafter, MAAC may terminate this agreement if MAAC, in its sole discretion, determines that there has been a breach of confidentiality. Accepted by:

Related to Child Abuse and Neglect

  • Abuse and Neglect of Children and Vulnerable Adults: Abuse Registry Party agrees not to employ any individual, to use any volunteer or other service provider, or to otherwise provide reimbursement to any individual who in the performance of services connected with this agreement provides care, custody, treatment, transportation, or supervision to children or to vulnerable adults if there has been a substantiation of abuse or neglect or exploitation involving that individual. Party is responsible for confirming as to each individual having such contact with children or vulnerable adults the non-existence of a substantiated allegation of abuse, neglect or exploitation by verifying that fact though (a) as to vulnerable adults, the Adult Abuse Registry maintained by the Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living and (b) as to children, the Central Child Protection Registry (unless the Party holds a valid child care license or registration from the Division of Child Development, Department for Children and Families). See 33 V.S.A. §4919(a)(3) and 33 V.S.A. §6911(c)(3).

  • Anti-­‐Abuse Registry Operator may suspend, delete or otherwise make changes to domain names in compliance with its anti-­‐abuse policy.

  • Anti-­‐Abuse Policy i. Registry Operator’s Anti-­‐Abuse Policy will be required under the Registry Registrar Agreement and posted on the Registry Operator’s web site.

  • Disorderly Conduct The Contractor shall at all times take all reasonable precautions to prevent any unlawful, riotous or disorderly conduct by or amongst its personnel, and to preserve peace and protection of people and property in the neighbourhood of the Works.

  • Information Technology Accessibility Standards Any information technology related products or services purchased, used or maintained through this Grant must be compatible with the principles and goals contained in the Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards adopted by the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board under Section 508 of the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. §794d), as amended. The federal Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards can be found at: xxxx://

  • CHILD ABUSE REPORTING CONTRACTOR hereby agrees to annually train all staff members, including volunteers, so that they are familiar with and agree to adhere to its own child and dependent adult abuse reporting obligations and procedures as specified in California Penal Code section 11165.7, AB 1432, and Education Code 44691. To protect the privacy rights of all parties involved (i.e., reporter, child and alleged abuser), reports will remain confidential as required by law and professional ethical mandates. A written statement acknowledging the legal requirements of such reporting and verification of staff adherence to such reporting shall be submitted to the LEA.

  • Fraud, Xxxxx and Abuse If you have concerns about being billed for services you never received, or that your insurance information has been stolen or used by someone else, you may report potential health care fraud, waste or abuse to our Special Investigations Unit by using our confidential anti-fraud hotline at 0-000-000-0000 or by email at You may also send an anonymous letter to us at: Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island Special Investigations Unit 000 Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx Providence RI, 02903

  • Substance Abuse Program The SFMTA General Manager or designee will manage all aspects of the FTA-mandated Substance Abuse Program. He/she shall have appointing and removal authority over all personnel working for the Substance Abuse Program personnel, and shall be responsible for the supervision of the SAP.

  • COMPLIANCE WITH OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH By submission of a bid in response to this solicitation, the Bidder certifies that all material, equipment, etc., contained in their bid meets all OSHA requirements. Bidder further certifies that if they are the awarded Contractor, and the material, equipment, etc., delivered is subsequently found to be deficient in any OSHA requirements in effect on date of delivery, all costs necessary to bring the material, equipment, etc., into compliance with the aforementioned requirements shall be borne by the Contractor.

  • Alcohol and Drug-Free Workplace City reserves the right to deny access to, or require Contractor to remove from, City facilities personnel of any Contractor or subcontractor who City has reasonable grounds to believe has engaged in alcohol abuse or illegal drug activity which in any way impairs City's ability to maintain safe work facilities or to protect the health and well-being of City employees and the general public. City shall have the right of final approval for the entry or re-entry of any such person previously denied access to, or removed from, City facilities. Illegal drug activity means possessing, furnishing, selling, offering, purchasing, using or being under the influence of illegal drugs or other controlled substances for which the individual lacks a valid prescription. Alcohol abuse means possessing, furnishing, selling, offering, or using alcoholic beverages, or being under the influence of alcohol.

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